Daniel Lazare is an American freelance journalist, publicist and blogger.
The New York Times article was about boosting Joe Biden, and its real target was his chief rival, Bernie Sanders. And poor, inept Bernie walked straight into the trap.
Thanks to the impeachment fiasco, Pelosi is caught in a trap of her own devising and is unable to take a single step without making matters worse.
The answer, of course, is the United States, Daniel Lazare writes.
In order to understand the great impeachment charade, it’s important to keep three facts about the strange bird known as the U.S. uppermost in mind.
Congratulations to Tulsi Gabbard for refusing to take part in an impeachment sham that is nothing more than an imperialist war drive in disguise.
The Horowitz report is not some ordinary rebuke, but an epic assault that has left the FBI reeling, Daniel Lazare writes.
Tulsi Gabbard’s demolition job on poor Kamala shows why a well-aimed ideological thrust is more important than any number of silly opinion polls telling experts what they want to hear.
Whenever Hamas or Islamic Jihad fires off a rocket in Israel’s direction, they’re doing what Israeli leaders could never accomplish on their own, which is to bind together an otherwise fractious Jewish state.
If Russia said that Kolomoisky was a no-goodnik, the State Department assumed that he had to be the opposite. But now that he turns out to be precisely the gonif that Putin said he was, the experts are blaming everyone and anyone except themselves.
Why blame Trump for saying nice things about ultra-rightists in Charlottesville while dishing out even more extravagant praise for neo-nazis in Kiev?